April 25, 2016


“Confession” becomes Florida Georgia Line’s Ninth career country radio #1. It’s the fifth chart-topper from “Anything Goes.”

Florida Georgia Line’s debut album “Here’s To The Good Times” produced four country radio number ones.

Sophomore album “Anything Goes” has now produced five.

“Confession,” the album’s fifth and final single, soars to #1 on this week’s Mediabase country radio singles chart.

In reaching #1, “Confession” follows in the footsteps of previous “Anything Goes” singles “Anything Goes,” “Sippin’ On Fire,” “Sun Daze,” and “Dirt.” FGL’s debut album produced chart-toppers in “Cruise,” “Get Your Shine On,” “Round Here,” and “Stay.”


The only FGL single to miss #1 was “This Is How We Roll (featuring Luke Bryan),” a track from the re-issue of “Here’s To The Good Times.”

“Confession” seizes the Mediabase throne from Rascal Flatts’ “I Like The Sound Of That,” which slips to #5 after a single week on top.

Not simply the leader in Mediabase chart points, “Confession” also ranks as the Mediabase country panel’s most played and most heard song for the April 17-23 tracking week.

It received ~8,574 weekly spins (+452) and ~59.028 million weekly audience impressions.

Positioned between the #1 “Confession” and #5 “I Like The Sound Of That” on this week’s chart are Dierks Bentley’s #2 “Somewhere On A Beach,” Chris Young & Cassadee Pope’s #3 “Think Of You,” and Old Dominion’s #4 “Snapback.”

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